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If you are not improving your process you are going backwards.
“Use a lighter touch to resolve many debates over product decisions.”
This retrospective card game is to help teams to: inspect, reflect & self-assess in a fun style.
Aid the ability to bring new perspectives to flourish energy and the ability to become a better team whilst delivering their common goal.
It can be difficult to know how to start to implement change, and even harder to take others with you on that journey. In this book, I show you how to make the most out of Agile.
Each chapter begins with a real-life example to illustrate a relatable scenario, and concludes with practical, easily implementable suggestions that you can try immediately and recommendations for further reading.
Agile to its core, succeeds where all others more traditional project management methods have failed.
Last century we focused on execution rather than innovation. We had clear what to accomplish and how exactly to deliver it. Defined modules, to roles, processes, practices… to deliver defined plans. Made sense.
Now things change more quickly, to stay competitive we need to inspect and adapt more rapidly and deal with greater uncertainty.
Only learning organisations will keep up with the future.
In 2006 Salesforce made the switch from a waterfall approach to agile in order to improve productivity within a growing global engineering team.
With that switch Salesforce increased productivity by 38% and major releases were completed 60% faster!